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SFGTV2
Jul 14, 2011 12:30pm PDT
community. so, this surprised me. so the people associate with walgreen's said that we will open up the very first and increase in expand our operation in the city. food choices and healthy choices are needed. we need this year and we need it back over the city. we have already 16 stores and our city is employing some 1500 people. having seen them in partnership, as they said that there have been the cleanest stores and very respectful of every neighborhood in the city. we have great corporate partners and it did not surprise me that they would also say that we can expand our choices. i've never seen walgreen's that has never been known as a drug store. they have been known as the neighborhood store. we have good neighborhood partners. in addition, offering foods, whether it is healthy sandwiches or fresh produce and at a location already established. it will make that to be very important. i am here to support that. i am here to celebrate that. i am here to suggest that every store can do the same thing. it is not as about this announcements, also about helping us take two strokes back so i
SFGTV
Jul 11, 2011 10:00am PDT
of a tight 21 off- sale general license from 511 crescent street to 2801 jones street for walgreen company doing business as well greenes, will serve the convenience of the people of the city and county of san francisco -- doing business as walgreen's. supervisor avalos: thank you. this item has somewhat of an interesting history to it. please. >> good morning. inspector falzon, san francisco police department. what is before us is an application. there is a typo in my report. though the description is correct. my report inadvertently said a tight -- type 42, but they are applying for type 21. there is a little bit of it back story to this application. early on, when walgreen's started looking at getting liberalizes is again, they early on met with the police department and started meeting with community groups and the mayor's office. one of the strategies they agreed to deploy was to try to purchase when available and when attainable liquor licenses that were either problematic for the community or in police problem areas. this application is one of those such places. the license being tr
SFGTV2
Jul 8, 2011 5:00pm PDT
everything so well. >> i would like to introduce the senator. they have been 8 walgreen supporter for some time. i really appreciate that. >> let me knowledge why my good friend is great. he knows everyone here and he says everything that we all want to say. on and no personal thing, one of the things that has been believed is that all of us need to understand that we have to be a lot more healthy. the statistics are just daunting for all of us not only here in california but throughout the world. our lifestyle has to change, our eating habits have to change. we will look at how much we will spend to do with the negative effect of an unhealthy lifestyle. whether or not this is about how you deal with your sedentary lifestyle or the food that you eat or whenever you consume. you have to understand that you have to have a lot more healthy choices. what walgreen has done and i am absolutely amazed about what is going on in walgreen's. they are really turning this store and these stores into an oasis of healthy lifestyles. you have individuals who can get all kinds of different products. and y
SFGTV
Jul 10, 2011 9:30am PDT
walgreen's will set the standard that any store in a community should have with they have. any store that will be in our community, they will have to demand that. you have to not only be a partner. i want to congratulate walgreen's for all of their work. if you do not own stocks in walgreen's, you should own stock in walgreen's. i will tell you that they will make a bundle of dollars. at the end of the day, that is because they care about our community. more people will come and buy their stuff. it is because of that economy of scale that they will make a lot of money. i hope that you'll join me in doing whatever you can. on behalf of the california state senate, we really want you to take this example and spread it not in just some neighborhoods but all neighborhoods in the state of california. >> now i would like to introduce the supervisor for this area. >> good morning, everyone. i am actually battling a cold. that is why my heart is filled with so much joy because as we continue to grow and transition, you will see more vibrant opportunity's not just here in walgreen's but
CW
Jul 12, 2011 10:00pm PDT
, but after filling the same prescription a couple times at different walgreen's pharmacies, he noticed he was charged different prices. >> the pharmacist didn't give me any explanation. >> we price checked prescriptions throughout the bay area at 85 different stores from six pharmacy chains. in some cases within a few blocks. for instance, the cash price for viagra without insurance that most bay area walgreen's is $695. we found the same 30 count 50- milligram bottle is $75 cheaper at these six stores. why the discrepancy? walgreen's says their prices are based on drug manufactures price, other operational factors and local competition. >> i think the cost of doing business doesn't account for that big of difference in price. >> a nonprofit consumer magazine. it published an in depth study comparing prescription prices between different chains. when it comes to price variation in the same chain, it is likely the key to finding the best prices. >> even within a big chain, the particular stores that are near low price competitors may bring their prices down. >> and that's exactly wha
CBS
Jul 12, 2011 11:00pm PDT
at different walgreen's farm sis, he noticed he was being charged different prices. >> the pharmacist didn't give me any kind of explanation. >> when an effort to find that explanation, we price checked prescriptions throughout the bay area at 85 different stores from six pharmacy chains. not only the prescription prices change within the same pharmacy chain, but sometimes within a few blocks. the price of viagra without insurance is $695, but we found the same 30 count 50-milligram bottle is $75 cheaper at these six stores. why the discrepancy? walgreen's says their price is based on operational factors and local competition. >> it doesn't account for that big of difference in price. >> robert is president of checkbook.org. it published a study comparing prescription prices between different chains, but when it comes to price variations within the same chain. local competition is likely the key to finding the best prices. >> even within a big chain, the stores near low price competitors may bring their prices down. >> and that's exactly what we found. take these two safeway pharmacie
ABC
Jul 17, 2011 6:00am PDT
prescriptions filled here at walgreens pharmacy, and a list of his medications appears in his walgreens.com account. a great service, except rick was shocked when he saw his list. >> somehow it turns out it's not my record. it's some other lady's record. i was so surprised. >> rick's account somehow listed medications that belong to a complete stranger. six pages and dozens of prescriptions complete with the doctor's names, dates and prices paid. rick didn't really want to be in possession of someone else's private information. >> i can tell what kind of health condition she is in and who is her doctor. that's basically somebody's, you know, really, really important information. >> the phone number at the top, that wasn't his either. he traced it to a woman named carol at an address in san francisco. he wrote her a letter saying he had her private information, but he never heard back. now rick worried someone else might have his information too. so he marched down to walgreens and reported the mix-up. the manager promised the corporate office would correct the mistake. >> i have been wa
ABC
Jul 17, 2011 5:00am PDT
here at walgreens pharmacy and a list of his medications appears in his walgreens.com account. a great service except rick was shocked when he saw his list. >> somehow it turns out it's not my record. it's some other old lead's record. i was so surprised. >> rick's account somehow listed medications be long to go a complete stranger. six pages and dozens of prescriptions complete with the doctor's names, dates and prices paid. rick didn't really want to be in possession of someone else's private information. >> i can tell what kind of health condition she is in and who is her doctor. that's basically somebody's, you know, really, really important information. >> the phone number at the top, that wasn't his either. he trace it had to a woman named carroll at an address in san francisco. he wrote her a letter saying he had her private information, but he never heard back. now rick worried someone else might have his information too. so he marched down to walgreens and reported the mix-up. the manager promised the corporate office would correct the mistake. >> i have been waiting over two
SFGTV2
Jul 14, 2011 8:00pm PDT
at the same time so if your walgreens now sells flowers,?  sandwiche, alcohol, does your laundry, develops$x÷ your photography and looks at your teeth while you're at it, here youqvp have the mainstay of the strength of the city being undermined and that is for me really more for me the passionate question. how do we anticipate that coming down the pike and how are we prepared just like with your picking one use, on the largeru supervisor mar: i am working commission staff, jobs for justice, others, to look at the impacts of big box and formula retail on neighborhood corridors, to look at how we can help support more economic impact studies and impacts on small businesses and to have living wage jobs and other issues factored in and looked at, as well, but i know those are bigger issues but as the supervisor of the richmond, i'm doing my best to look at step by step ways to help the small business climate and the vibrant community that we have. i'm willing to talk more with you about other issues as they come up, as well. commissioner moore: i'm prepared to support you but for us here in
ABC
Jul 20, 2011 5:30am EDT
and veggies and other nutritious foods to local communities in need. wall part, walgreens and super -- wal-mart, walgreens and super value agreed toics panned 1500 stores to bring fresh foods to underserved communities. >>> it's 4 minutes until 6. a home falling apart causing quite an uproaring in a northwest baltimore community. >> abc2 is helping you to get the problem solved. what he being done to upgreat the can be -- upgrade the eyesore. >> fans after two incidents where fans have been hurt, changes coming to the ball park in arlington. >>> a way to make breast augmentation to make your breast look more authentic. you are watching "good morning maryland" first and only at 4:30 in the morning. [ thinking ] i know -- i'm going to invent a tool where people can enter the terms of the refinance offer they got from their mortgage guy, and know instantly if they're getting bamboozled. and i will start after lunch...tomorrow. don't just think about it. introducing lendingtree's free "look before you lock" tool. enter the terms of your existing loan offer to instantly find out how it compares
SFGTV
Jul 26, 2011 9:00am PDT
of the community. if you look back in san francisco and see what happens when walgreen's came in, it is very difficult for any of us now to go into any neighborhood and fine and independent pharmacy. they are in medical office buildings, but they no longer are on fillmore street. they are gone. they are just no longer there. same thing for hardware stores. the legislation your beginning to look at is beginning to address not the character we want in this city, the kind of uses we want in this city and the kind of businesses that have the personal relationship. when our customers grow old, we monitor them. we offer to go out and deliver them their food for the animals for free. when they do not show up or call over a certain time when we know they should be coming in, we call to find out if they are ok. something happened to them. we go and try to please the animals. [tone] the relationship of baseball business like ours is very different from a big box and i support the legislation. supervisor mar: thank you. seeing no other comments, let's close public comment. colleagues, i will say it has
SFGTV
Jul 13, 2011 2:00pm PDT
of retailers that operate within the state. including walgreen's, best buy, 7/11. the exposures from this are unnecessary and misleading. placing the onus for compliance on retailers, forcing them to display materials and informational posters as well as providing customers with informational fact sheets that will be developed by the department. we believe that this responsibility is misplaced. small convenience stores, neighborhood stores, pharmacies, this ordinance applies that they are selling a dangerous product when they are not. this also creates potential liability for large and small retailers alike. many of the products sold in this retail environment have a variety of disclosures in the user's guide. in our environment, if we were mandated to post those warnings in the stores, customers would become overwhelmed and confused. the prime example, warnings were plastered all over our store, get consumers pay no attention. those warnings are also posted here are around city hall. yet here we all are, presenting testimony. in closing i would like to say that we oppose this ordina
ABC
Jul 12, 2011 6:00pm PDT
's wrong. >> we contacted walgreens and the company took this very seriously. it's tracked down the problem and days later rick opened an account again. >> wow. they fixed it walgreens said we're sorry this occurred and have apologized to patients taking security very seriously. and the customer account has been fixed. in adilgs, -- addition we've updated our process for matching with online users and continue to investigate what happened in this case to help ensure issues are resolved promptly in a similar situation doesn't happen again. it's grai. you did a good job. >> walgreens says that it's found no indication that rick's private information wound up on someone else's computer. >> relief, yes. >> coming up next, past occupants of the white house paused to remember betty ford. >> new technology that helped this woman beat what could have been a crippling disability. >>> families trying to get their money back after a nonprofit abruptly cancelled summer camps for children with diabetes. a camp was set to be held here at the ymca camp. many parents paid up to $700 in advance and now, a l
CBS
Jul 13, 2011 6:00pm PDT
filling the same pre-- but after filling the same prescription a couple of times at different walgreens, he noticed he was being charged different prices. >> and the pharmacist didn't give me any kind of explanation. >> reporter: so in an effort to find that explanation, we price- checked prescription throughout the bay area at 85 different stores from six pharmacy chains. not only did we find that prescription prices vary within the same pharmacy chain, but in some cases within a few blocks. for instance, the cash price for viagra without insurance at most bay area walgreens is $695. but we found the same 30- counseled 50-milligram bottle is $75 cheaper at these six stores. three in the south bay, three in the north. why the discrepancy? walgreens says its prices, quote, are based on drug manufacturers' price, other operational factors and local competition. >> i think the cost of doing business doesn't account for that big a difference in price. >> reporter: robert krughoff is president of checkbook.org a nonprofit consumer magazine. it published a study comparing prescription prices
SFGTV
Jul 11, 2011 9:30pm PDT
space for the disclosure. pharmacies, walgreen's, wall speak -- wall space is very limited in pharmacies. they like when consumers to look around and see the different products for sale. when we start going down this path of disclosure, the question is, when does it end? where does it stop? in terms of the pamphlet at the register, if the court fails to provide that information to a customer, you are opening yourself up to liability. which we have serious concerns about. >> i am a member of the public and i have come before you to encourage you to support this basic measure toward consumer education regarding choice in use of cell phones. i have no agenda. i have a teenage daughter, we got one for her, 15. i did the research. i have no desire for pervasive governmental involvement in personal choice, but it seems to me that anything regarding the safe use of the radio frequency transmitter is a minimum regarding consumer protection. thank you. supervisor avalos: thank you very much. other members of the public that would like to comment? thank you. >> good morning. i am a bay area reside
Univision
Jul 20, 2011 11:30pm EDT
desde la casa blanca el compromiso de walmart, supervalu y walgreens, asi como el de distribuidores regionales, de abrir u otorgar mas espacio a productos frescos a precios razonables... michelle obama, quien en 2010 lanzo su campana let's move contra la obesidad infantil, afirmo que los compromisos asumidos hoy pueden cambiar la vida de los ninos y habitantes de todo el a de visas que anualmente permite a 55 mil extranjeros obtener la tarjo nos el comite judicial de la camara de representantes aprobo 1 proyecto de ley que eliminaria la llamada loteria de visas, que desde 1995 entrega 55 mil visas de inmigrantes. los democratas se opusieron a la medida. el mensaje que le envia esta medida al eliminar el programa que le llamamos la loteria es 1 mensaj equivocado. esta es 1 nacion inmigrante, nacion de leyes, pero 1 nacion de inmigrantes y cualquier problema en el programa como tal se puede corregir." la loteria anual de visas es administrada por el departamento de estado y esta dirigida a paises con baja inmigracion a estados unidos. ciudadanos de paise
ABC
Jul 26, 2011 11:00am PDT
the decision to do this. last week she joined major retail irs, walmart and walgreen's to expand stores in the area for easy access to fresh produce. >>> starting today walmart is renting and streaming movies online. they bought up video streaming service 18 months and launched a new streaming service by offering 20,000 titles that be used on any device. prices range from a dollar to 5.99 or buy movies from 4.99 up. >> i know we have a little bit of sunshine in san francisco. >> that is what happens. san francisco will be the last years to clear the fog. the fog is still rolling in from the ocean and we look southbound from mount tamalpais. expect this to last one or two more days before the big warming trend rolls in. >> all right. mike, thank you. an unusual ngd, why police say incredible scene is part of a misunderstanding. >> in his own words, a bay area teen tells us how he stopped a grizzly bear from attacking g g u >>> a stunning sight caught on camera in stockton. a local news group caught a man hanging on the side of the car. it looks like a professional stunt but it was the re
CNN
Jul 11, 2011 1:00pm EDT
to include more diversity in the workforce. the focus is not just on ethnicity or race. walgreen's where persons with disabilities are making up more than 40% of the roster. why this company is dedicated to giving everyone an equal chance. >> with every box that's opened -- green button that's pressed, and every crate that's sorted, employees at this walgreen's distribution center in windsor, connecticut are breaking down barriers. just ask julie will yard. >> it's my dream to work here and it's okay to be yourself and it's okay to be deaf. and it's okay to have disabilities while you work. >> more than 40% of the people working here report having a disability. >> when you have autism like i have, it's tough to overcome when you work. and when you get better at it, you pick up the pace and go from there. >> i may have a seizure that will cause me to fall back ward. >> this is something that you think has held you back in the past? >> yes, it has. >> the thing that makes this building different is that people are accepted. >> that's okay. >> everyone is working next to each other. 80% of
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